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.CONCOLtD, N. 0., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4 1S99.
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TifK DKOl'dKT CONTINUES.
ATTACKED Oa THE PPmWAY. ! om-
(' a Idne Orir?!i I5ohiar Ine Sews ef the Crops
(Mrs. "Window's Soojtiiiv- Svrnp b is
i.'-jtt-a-Tlic Sick H( . Y' l iii?; i r- 0rjru!i Church -Some Sicliiioss la the
t .i ' ('oiiiiimnitv.
V, ir n for The tflamlard. , Written for Tbo Standard.
All. Pli?a.sint. Oct. 4. Mr. Jno. Orran Church. Oct. 3. Our
ir ;;ist(.r is asrain on 1h strict farmers would soon begin tosw
f : uriitr:u-ld sDoli of sick- vhoat if tiiov could trot their
' i e
About Some lVron Attack 31 r. William Bas-jTuo Davs of It At the iVvlS Ki.iit been icn i. ,i ovei n:u v Kv
i-trer fya Ills Way Home-Harriaurcs ynfv-r,!. n,,., tw if,, J 1I?T,1S pothers for lt;e- obiM-n.
v j v 1 AVinie teetiuni:, with pe7fT Si'i- r-s. It
soothes Tii - cliii.i. sotttr, tlu rums.
in That Yfeinity The ews from the
Cli ii relies.
WTritten for The Standard.
A .crreat two davs Democratic
1 AITH, Oct. i). Ir. John ost rp . , irr,
o-,i At; , T o t I lexas Monday and Tuesday, the
and .iiss JJfitLu btirewait were! J u '
mnwi.wi sin. .viw t?,. r r t i 2nd and 3rd, during the State
ihas no: y-i resumed lauds m condition, but most of LvCl.1(v at th .j.ome of :,Jr p A ! fair. Ex-Governor Stone, of
4 1 , . . . i , i . , i , t i i 1 1
a,- (iuties ai LuuK iv i v.. u was ihou.ivi wm.e urv ana
: jv. James T'eck has re nimed o-ot very rouu'I). Since then we
his duties behind the counter of i;1Vo not had rain enough to
tin Co!i!'::iiv -ore a Tier a s)ell
Peeler. I Missouri, made the great speech
Mj-. Will Josov and Miss Jen-1 Y- H lpt along the
nie Post wen i :-.rriod S!iturdny lmo of bimotalism and anti-
evening hy P A Rnnoy, V.-. :t .
, it i!(M'a n co regn ' -on
it ;; : ' Uuv iirch a so o :'
.n '.a the mar
. ! i s . Eiia
i i i 1 11 iU'ir.
s'vfhen the cl.o'tls and they can
not he pulverized. Put very
liUlo cats are sowed and that is
not coming up.
lure. cur eom.-iUMiu v ns always
b ni notou for its i ;no potatoes,
7 . )e line is ilicyv ;in 'nineU'eO
vi ; the sweet iiotn.to eiv)p will i . . ,'. .
A - J 1 linn som e.-es oau oi uls uuggy
in and b- less than halt: a crop, while , , , , . , ,,,, ,,Hv
the home of Mr. 13 Fi:.
Mr. William Pasinger vas re
turning home Srtirday evening,
aOcut da !om a slnxdiuv;
match when two men rode up
Mr. iryan was present and
uke on the second, day follow
ing the speech of Judiro James
Tarvin of Kentucky. Col
' -.-o,, - i
ei-sidential candidate. P is
estimated that there were riUK)0
ulbiys all p;'.in. cures wind '-' V-. rui-1 is
the be.xt retueib' tor Dmnli- m.. Tt
relieve the poor little wiiVi 'rr iirr.e h
att ly. SJI(1 by dr'vuirist.s ' . ,iv "!it
of the uo' Id. Twenty. :iv i t-
tb;. lie ? in- uud ak for
blows 8tx -t'liuff Syrup," nr. i tid;
v ,Mnt ,ih Irish potatoes will not. in , , . 1; 1 .,. . ,1( ; v T--,
mt. i i , Jo;l him Jv -ng In to- roaa. u.,s au yes of the Jhveas( a.
:,s Lent::aad slor, '1; hoaic by itseU: M(,ssrs. G V Patterson, of
Peal, speut h'ridav 1 htU 0 so,11 SlC Un ( lllllb' ! with the bug-y. It occured in ,. ,:mnro T -i M(-(,- -
Tbov h i, aairday 1,11,OUsf( V, ' ' on ; a country road n. ar ihe re,;,ieu(-; :lM.jni,,ton .md Jno s ; ' Pv
1 J ;mun tv. Dr. ..( Jooeonan is Iceit n. rr - .jinion, ana jno. .j .... i aL-
.n. ' ' fOiPicero irex.er. , terson. of Rock Creek, In. C.
.... , i bll.N . T r-l TTf.... 4 4- : ... 4 . I . ' '. ' . '
Fisher, of Paith,
j i ii . i
a suidem at i ue cot ukiv. uol ery
Arthur Post, who has been " 0 nan.uiou ,uu. x,ie
.(1 ( ! uimmi iiu: k.'.i r.ui w iiji jiio : vjossis. Patterson are nepnews
collect on or caviiibds ana iiiuaoi of .dr. Ceo. W Patterson, who
k a- i.n:i :nidi, 1 , i , -i i collect on oi exinbits ana liiuian of
ol( 11 v v ailu!Crove, came home last week. " , 4 , , , , . :
aia-ii v i v - ",-m - p- )'i homo UT . . , x , . , , relies that he has been buying W;
1,11 J ' ',()-iU- j Je is on 1ee sick list, having ha.d j J n
m -.-e'l ie.-' :'t-w a e-airies ' , . (. . from the little ones lor the past
Lie nas not leiuriieo
.si Ave have since hanaied that
Pi will not .
( of tlie greatest events in
colored social circles that has
ver taken place here will be a
marriage this afternoon. The
ceremonies will be performed in
th; church at Peidsville, and a
supper given to the fifty, invited
guests at the house of the!groom.
The Reidsville Pand will furnish
music at both places. Numbers of
white people will attend.
Mr. Ed. Heilig of Salisbury,
came in this eveninc on business.
enill fm n weelr or ,vn
I i ti"n VPMIS
Rev. C Brown Cox and wife, i
of Aslieville, who have been
vhsiting at the parsonago for
two weeks, liavo returned to
Mr. Jacob Carter has moved
into his new house.
is buried Tuesday.
Mr. John M Corl, of near
Kluttz, in Cabarrus county, lias! Mr. C B Little, of Albemarle
rented one of J T WyaUs farms ' was here today.
and is moving in Faith, where
lie will farm next year.
The Siuiileriaml School Of ens.
The school at Sunderland hall,
under the directorship of Miss
Montgomery, has opened for the
coming session of school and
until Ml the pupils arrive the
fall nundior, sixty, will be in the
building. Miss Crump, of Char
lotte, la he- the pace of ieaeber
last year tdh.d by Miss AW.sh. la v.
Mis--. Helen (loss, who formerly .called to
Every Piece of ttnil To De Weighed.
For the next month it will be
an exceptionally busy time in the
postoffices as an order has been
sent out to every office requiring
that every piece of mail that
passes through the office must
be mailed and a renort of the
same made out. This will ne
cessitate a vast amount of work
on the postoffice clerks. This
order has been made for the pur
pose of finding more especially
what the railroads should be paid
for carrying the mails. This is
is the first time such an order has
been issued in many years.
Rev. J C Clapp, of Newton,
came down Saturday and re-
Mr. A J AVhittimore spent
last night here.
Rev. J A Dorritee, of Char
lotte, arrived here this morning.
lotto, arrived here this morning
on his way to Mt. Pleasant to
attend the meeting of the college
board there today.
turned Monday He preached' Ho wont over to Sunderland
Saturday night and Sunday in J na
the new Reformed church here i Rev. Chas. B King, of Char-
to a largo congregation.
A series of meetings are going
on hore at the Reformed church.
The church has just been fin
ished up on the inside and
The new Lutheran church here
is almost ready to be covered.
There was a baptising here
Sunday, the 24th of September.
One more member was added to
the Baptist church hero.
A fell line
Interest Increasing Already,
j A large congregation attended;
was the meeting Taosday night at
i a r aed .
1 h v -e v(
ir. Ihi. Frjvin Married.
W C Alexander
'tin . bom. of Mr. l A forest Hill Methodic caurch
school, has re-!nrmvw' vv T,mC W where Rev. J D Arnold is hold-
ror me pusi two or
ars she has been inX'ali-
(Wedinsday) to ierform the
fornia and her friends will be
pleased to know that her health ! r
i fullv l'CsOred.
Has )esei!(ants in This County.
"We notice in an exchange
from Oxford, Miss., that a chap
ter of the Daughters of the Con
federacy there bears the name of
the "David Reese" chapter. This
inir a revival meeting. Already :
i tvtfA 'imnntit. f'i ititniTNi 1 . l- '.
marriage ceremony to two per- - ,
sons well known in our countv. in- "laniod, and that night,
The parties are Mr. Ed Ervin i've penitents came forward fori
and Miss Jennie Gourley. Miss Player. To add to the worship!
Gouriey is a former teacher of excellent music is rendered by
the school at the Bala mill. The the choir under the leadership
ceremony took place at 3 o'clock. ! of Mr. H M Barrow.
cy 'ji? v0 Wli
i riilNuI I
VS j9llJJ'-.2t j
His Stay Is Limiled.
Dr. Byers, the eye specialist,
is at the St. Cloud hotel for a
(;one to the State Normal. t
Concord is represented at a
number of educational institu-
1 1 1 r i f wl ofmr TTi-, , . , '
,s the na.no of one of the sign- in , anAhv tho i- ons thk year and the attendance
five patients, and as his stay is of our schools here are also
of a short duration, we would J good. This year Concord has
suggest that those who antic- epveml students at tho Greens-
ers of the Declaration of Inde
pendence, and numbers in Meck
lenburg and in this county are
related to him. Three genera-i j0 a visit to Dr. Byers' office boro State Normal school. They
Zleadache stoppetl in 20 minutes by Dr
Miles Vain Pills. "Od cent a dose
71 t p )- a
css at tea :ed n -SHOE
SALE ioda v.
the people boiiffht
comments of c ai a. a
Jipprv; -i '
was a source of th
gratification to th; hoa.se.
Everybody ex)rts;ed thtTn-
selves as fiudinir
values than expected.
The Busy Place.
Did oii ever
such a crowd of tir L
ers, as filled our mam moth
place today. Talk P.bnn
selling goods! ly 'i vrus a
turn and twist all day. Hnns
dreds of pairs of sv . a3 una
many yards of dios goods
pot on the move. Uvr under
wear department i
everythirg i ri woo-
ton at the lo - p. 1
C : '
JJ rj& Ts mjJ .'y v IV
with a view of consulting him
uons 01 aesccnuaiits are jimoii0, r n - n i ?
n , , , , ' mnoii j professionally iad better do
me members 01 the chapter. ; at once or be disappointed.
are Misses Irma Kimmons, Car
aa oetter ao so . - ,
disappointed. i rieSuther and uessie btricker, oi
With a car of TRUCKS.
Car load of STOVKS.
Car load of CIIAiPS
and theThk. Cnrof SPJtiXOS
in the last four months, .di in this week
Td iim- a Superintendent's Course.
Two young men from the
Office Room 15, St. Cloud ! this place, and Miss Addie White,
hotel. ! f ,-,ot n;c -i-i;iro
I Cn n OSll ni a - ft t-r nrlinn nM. ; . .r.1T T-i n
Kocky River neighborhood are buy Clmraberlain'a Colic, Cholera CIDLLS
a aoncord now taking a course j Hiid Diarrhoea Remedy. JM. L. ! and fever is a bottle c Grove's Taste-
iu-ugh tlie Cannon mills. They . arsn Co. will refuad yonr J less Chill Touic. Never tails to cure;
'. Mr. Andr
Irew Grier and Air !InonfT you are not satisfied j Then why xpimc tvith worthless
u unii ana mi. . j . imitation? Price ofj cents. lour
;r. i , n' n?- lL lt 1 -1 everywhere , raonev bttck if it f;ilL, to cure.
. uumitted to bo the most hucoss- ;
Jul remedy in use for bowel com j CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT
f Is it any wonder we had to fisurtfin th 4iM lyor'.s C-rt" f ;r b! i Amz Q
Z utnwn. Onr trade makes :it necessary. GWa us your tr m it s
2J what we want. We need new streets and straii'Mten oia on-u iw
money to set them and we are willing to e ritribute-j-iit k'jep ns b.ny
y and we won't kick as', we haven't time.
We are expecting a Car of Furniture ioday.
" !'' (1 1 T Fisher, of Char- I plaints and the only one that 1 Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tnaiets. i
aura- fcrjj& isgws5re.jiw ,,,s
BELL, HARRIS & CO.
ri ii . I r -l.nrI cm
if. oomeiniii new iLi luw u. kxt,
Spring Mattress, Tne liest in town.
lie d iwn an ' ' -i'li.ticn
liell, Harris Co.